Stephanie Julian One woman. Two men. One night. Half a million dollars. But a mysterious offer could solve all her problems.
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Shelves: idiotic-alphas , panders-to-stereotypes , iq-lower-than-age , freebie , paint-by-numbers-meh-sex , m-f , erotic-romance , boring-sex , disabled-characters , contemporary-romance 1. Firstly, regardless of how you package it, fucking against money is prostitution. Then, this was all based on the sex. These two men fucked women together because it turned them on, and Jules how skeevy is it for the author to have the same name as the MC?!
Or so she says. For one thing the scenes were extremely samey, without any emotion, and very, very repetitive. After the third or fourth I started skipping. They also were very "slot A into tab B and tab C into slot D", very mechanical. Aaaaaaaaaaaand, for all the allegedly physically correct fucking in this book, you got very little - or rather NONE AT ALL - sex described as it would play out between a real triangle.
It is pretty clear that the author watched porn as the sole source of research and information. But porn actors fucking despite the pain and without the slightest consideration for the others in the fray are not at all how real people act and behave, or feel. None of the typical physiological reactions to having two penes inside the same woman at the same time were described, not for the men, not for the woman.
Also, not once did the author show the inevitable aftermath of the amount and violence of the fucking she describes. As a love story towards a HEA this was also ridiculous. The most cogent and necessary discussions a triangle would engage in are lacking, none of the real dynamics of living poly are touched, all is hung up on instalust instead of actual love.
An Indecent Proposition
Shelves: erotic , 3-some , i-reviewed Now to be sure, it was clear to me that the story was published in pieces before I picked it up from reading the information about the book. So, This review is not me calling "Foul! I was cheated. I picked it up because there was another book by this Now to be sure, it was clear to me that the story was published in pieces before I picked it up from reading the information about the book.
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